How to Stop Negative Thoughts with Bible Verses
If someone had access to your thoughts the ENTIRE day, what would they see or hear? Would you be embarrassed? If so, why are we not more coherent to our negative thoughts? Why don’t we focus more on them instead of our outward appearance? It all begins inside our mind, the seed of sin. Here’s how to stop negative thoughts with bible verses.
You would think we’d be more intentional about our own fleshy thoughts, but if we admitted to ourself, we’re more worried about what man thinks of us, especially if we are Christians. We dress a certain way, we talk in God speak, yet, our spiritual selves are filled with bitterness, evil thinking, and unnecessary judgement.
Are you ready to make a change in your own negative thinking habits? Yes, I’m talking to you, Christian. You would be amazed at the transformation in your own life if you focus on God and your relationship with Him.
Removing Mind Clutter
When I took a biblical counseling session with my husband, I was ready to respond with what my husband was doing in our marriage. I was prepared to reveal his nasty sin, yet, to my shock, the counselors didn’t ask about our relationship. Instead, they asked us about our relationship with God.
Wait, what?!! I was so prepared to tell them about my problems with him! It totally blew us away. As we continued our sessions, we realized that our relationship with God was not where it should be. We were focused on everything else. As we grew closer to the Lord, we also realized that it all started with our thoughts. We had to remove the mental clutter, so we could talk to God and ask him to help us, instead of taking everything on ourselves.
Key Negative Thoughts Bible Verse
So, one of the major bible verses that helped me tremendously in my spiritual growth was Ephesians 4:31 – 32 KJV. Why? Because I had a lot of bitterness and anger toward my husband.
Does this sound like you? Are you struggling with anger, bitterness, etc? If so, please meditate on this anger bible verse of Ephesians 4:31 – 32 KJV. It will change your marriage and life if it’s a struggle for you like me.
Anger Bible Verse
Ephesians 4:31-32 King James Version (KJV)
31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice:
32 And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.
If you struggle with any of these various negative emotions throughout the day such as fears, anxiety, worry, and anger, it’s time to transform your mind into biblical thinking. You’d be shocked at what your mind thinks throughout the day. Do you want to enjoy a life of joy, happiness, and contentment? Here’s a biblical way how to develop simple routines below to begin a game-changing process.
Our 12 Page Biblical Thinking Notebook is a new way of thinking…you may have never heard of it before. Yet, I’m here to tell you it works! Get away from worldly thoughts and emotions, instead, let the Lord guide you into the best years of your life.